21 December 2008

Xmas in Bangalore

Bangalore dipped into the Xmas mood and every where we can see the lights and sounds. Its Christmas and New Year time and lots of families are out to check out the Xmas and New Year bash.

Nilgiris Cake cake exhibition is going on at St. Jospeh's Indian High School, Vittal Mallya Road, Bangalore (close to MG Road, drive straight down from MG road and after first signal on the left you can see the school - near to Kandeerava Indoor Stadium) .

Details of the show

Show Name: National Consumer Fair 2008 Bangalore
Ends on 28th December 2008
Timing : 11 am to 9 pm
Entrance Fee : Rs. 30 per head
Parking: Parking fee applicable. Also crowed to get a parking slot on weekends
Main Attraction : Cake exhibition, Buckingham Palace, 7 world wonders, DC Book Fair.
Eatable : Allowed
Security: Metal detectors implemented, but not found any security to check ( so stupid)
Offers :
* Buy DC Books worth Rs: 300 and redeem the entrance ticket for Britannica Encyclopedia CD ROM worth Rs 995 free* (conditions apply as usual) . Also in the DC Books staffs are are talking in Malayalam which most of the customers are not able to understand.
* Get a Rs 15 discount for Hayson Premium Lemon Tea 25 flavored tea bag cost is Rs. 70. You can try the green tea before buying it.
* Its nice to do shopping in the shopping exhibition.
* Nilgiris xmas cake price Rs. 250 - 350 per kg (average)

Xmas New year photos from Bangalore

16 Feet by 58 feet Xmas Cake displayed in Nilgiris Cake Exhibition Bangalore
20 people worked for 71 days to made this cake
Sugar Used 8 Tonnes
A Must Watch !!!


Nilgiris Cake Exhibition seven wonders : Petra Jordan
Great work and hats off the team behind this cake



Pyramid Mexico : Another Wonder Cake in Bangalore Cake Exhibition


Don't miss to watch the Bangalore cake exhibition, it ends on 28th December.

Most of the shopping malls in Bangalore are ready for the Christmas and New Year.

One of the hyper market SPAR at Bannerghatta road is well decorated and the x'mas shopping gives a pleasure over there. At Spar Bangalore, there is an 'angel' who greets you in the Xmas and New Year season evenings. Also most shops give huge discounts to attract their customers.


Angel greets you at Spar Bangalore.

Pixetra - a genuine camera shop in Spar which offers great bargains to its customers.
A worth to check the price at Pixetra before buying any camera in Bangalore and they give a very good deal comparing to other shops. It situated at ground floor, just opposite to Reebok, Spar Bannerghatta Road, Bangalore.


Well decorated shopping Malls for Xmas shopping:
Snow Man welcomes you at Spar Bangalore


A dancing Santa Clause at the entrance of SPAR Bangalore


Get ready for the Xmas new year shopping and celebrations !!!

Merry X'mas and Happy New year 2009


2 comments:

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